Eduloan- Study Loans

By Staff Writer

 

Hassle-Free Study Loans & Eduxtras Student Cards

 

 

Eduloan takes the stress out of study financing by acting as an education funding intermediary between you, your funder and your varsity or college. 

Eduloan has a range of individually-tailored study-loan agreements for students.

By using its partnerships with government, corporates and South Africa's tertiary education institutions Eduloan enables you to have a convenient automatic deduction of your loan repayments, directly from your salary or your sponsor, to the institution that you are studying at each month.

If you need a loan for tuition fees, outstanding fees, textbooks, learning aids or even a laptop- Eduloan will work out a study-loan tailored to your individual needs. This means you get the benefit of comfortable repayment amounts and periods at fixed Instalments.  

In order to qualify for a loan and unlock your potential- you or your sponsor need to be:

  • Over the age of 18
  • Permanently employed for at least the last 6 months
  • Earn a minimum R2,000 pm nett salary
  • and have a valid South African Identity Document

An added extra offered by Eduloan is the Eduxtras card

This card is an invaluable education fund/bursary management tool containing ‘pockets' for various fund-categories: savings, study-aids/textbooks, accommodation and meals. 

The card is configured to be used at certain approved suppliers, such as Juta, Kalahari.net, Edu-Music, Van Schaiks, Metro Homes Centre, Discount Text Books and more and is also the perfect tool to educate the ‘money-wise' student about budgeting and managing study finances. 

To apply for an Eduloan or to get more information click here.

Recent Articles

Featured Should you take out a loan or rent-to-own?

We compare personal loans to new finance models that are emerging, such as rent-to-own, which offers the same solution in a different format.

Why "insurance fronting" for your children is a bad idea

We examine the consequences of “insurance fronting” for your children and investigate legal ways to decrease your children’s premiums in South Africa.

Are you paying too much in bank fees?

We find out how you can bank with savvy, to best manage fees and charges.

What’s the minimum income for a car loan?

When you apply for vehicle finance, your lender will consider several factors when assessing your application, including your income.


Latest Guide

Guide to debt rehabilitation solutions